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beneficial to the consumer. i think this promise is being fulfilled. for one, by the way, go to google or go to amazon and search for products and do a little price comparison. >> sure. >> you know, i did a quick search. in "the wall street journal" story there is the example of the swingline stapler. i did a quick google search and found staplers that cost $6 all the way to $40 and all varieties and colors. i did an amazon search and found as much variety. the fact is consumers have tons of variety. from a different perspective, we have e-commerce start-ups that are disrupting brick and mortar retail all the time. you were just talking about amazon and best buy. look at what is going on with west buy. the harris poll found 40% of consumers go into a best buy and they do this thing called show rooming where they look at the phone and see and they leave and go spend $200 on amazon. i think people are still, they're definitely finding that e-commerce is working out for consumers. >> trust me. the new ceo of best buy is well aware of that. >> you have to be a really smart shopper. there are all
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increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. ♪ can you hear me ♪ papa can you see me ♪ papa can you find me in the night ♪ ♪ papa are you near me ♪ papa can you hear me >> that's funny. >> you're wearing the same outfit. you just realized. >> that's very funny. >> what do you think when you see yourself from that era? that was from "yentl" in 1983. >> what do i think? >> yeah, when you look at yourself. >> i'm so objective when i look at myself when i'm directing a movie and i'm editing. it's always she, her, it's not me. like the character in the movie. >> do you see a beautiful woman there? >> not particularly. >> have you ever looked in the mirror and thought you looked beautiful? >> from
and google maps is back in the app store. number four facebook's botched ipo. the most anticipated ipo in years had so many problems. a long delay, technical glitches, investor confusion, and plenty of finger pointing. to top it off underwriters wildly over estimated the company's value pricing shares at $38 apiece. the stock is down almost 30% since. number three yahoo's ceo pads his resume. scott thompson claimed to have a bachelor's degree in accounting and computer science but his degree is only in accounting. guess who's not ceo anymore? number two, jp morgan's $6 billion trading loss. ceo jamie dimon in may disclosed a unit in london lost millions on one complicated trade. he had to explain himself to congress and jp morgan still managed a $5 million profit that quarter. >>> finally the dumbest move in business this year? you guessed it. the fiscal cliff. if we go over analysts say it will spark a recession. then again, congress is taking us right to the edge and maybe beyond. check out the full list of dumbest moments in business on cnn money.com. here's to a smarter 2013. back
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